There are many ways to recognize Days of Remembrance in your city, school, workplace, or religious institution. The resources provided here are for the most common types of remembrance activities. However you plan to commemorate, it is important to ensure the activity is respectful of Holocaust survivors and victims and their suffering.
Get help with all aspects of your event, from deciding on a format, to inviting a Holocaust survivor to speak, to promoting it in your community. Learn more.
City or State Remembrance Proclamations
You can request that your mayor or governor issue a special statement declaring that Days of Remembrance will be commemorated in your city or state. A request, along with a sample proclamation, should be sent to the appropriate official several weeks before the observance.
Ways to Commemorate on Social Media
Share personal stories of survivors and victims using the Identification Cards in our Holocaust Encyclopedia. Tweet a selection of victims’ names each day of Days of Remembrance using names from this list (PDF). Use #HolocaustRemembrance and #WeRemember in your tweets and on Instagram.
Request a DVD of Resources
Many of the resources on this website are available on a free DVD. It also includes presentation-quality videos you can use in your commemoration or classroom. Request the DVD.